Industrial metal bar stools – Instructions: please examine the feet of your bar stool. Some stools have your feet or guards that are permanently welded on the ends of the legs, while others have rubber or removable caps. If your stool has no pivot feet, you will have to buy the rubber cups to home repair or hardware store. Measure the height of the counter where it will be used the stool, then measure the height of the bar stool.
Decide how tall you want to make your industrial metal bar stools. Subtract the desired height by the height exists. Take into account the thickness of the rubber stoppers at the foot. Third, turn on the stool on your side. Remove the feet if possible. Measure the amount you want to cut and mark with a marker. Turn the stool to the next section and repeat step 3. Repeat for the third and fourth legs.
12 Photos Gallery of: Cut the Legs in Industrial Metal Bar Stools
Cut the legs with a hacksaw. Make even, long strokes during cutting. Do not shake the saw back and forth. Apply a pressure on the race only forward, not backward. L ‘idea is to have a straight cut so that the legs will sit level. Sand the ends of the legs so that they are smooth and have no rough spots. Place your feet on the ends of the legs and control the height and balance of the industrial metal bar stools. If it is off a small amount, try adjusting the feet to see if it will help stabilize it.